Here's a look at what's news in banking and finance this morning:
- Most of the biggest Occupy Wall Street camps are gone, but the "We are the 99 percent" slogan remains, the New York Times reports.
- Protesters at N.C. State University shouted down Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf during a speech in Raleigh Wednesday, the News & Observer writes.
- Stock markets are drifting lower this morning after a big run Wednesday, Reuters reports.
- The Associated Press examines Bank of America's plunging stock price.
- ProPublica's Jesse Eisinger writes that even some Wall Street insiders sympathize with the "Occupy" sentiment.